COVID-19 Directives for Montana Extended Through April 24

April 7, 2020 By user News

Governor Steve Bullock announced in a press conference today that the COVID-19 directives that were set to expire on April 10 have now been extended to April 24th. This includes the shelter-in-place order, the closure of non-essential businesses and schools, the prohibition of dine-in services for restaurants, suspension of evictions and foreclosures, and suspension of utility shut-off for non-payment.

In addition to extending the previous directives, Gov. Bullock also issued a recommendation that residents wear cloth face masks when out in open public places (grocery stores, pharmacies, etc.). There is currently no plan to establish a curfew.

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